Anne Edwards

Anne Edwards, Great Yarmouth Mercury editor

Anne Edwards is editor of the Great Yarmouth Mercury, and community editor for the Yarmouth Advertiser.

A dog stuck in a river’s reeds meant a speedy diversion for Santa as he toured a village in his sleigh - and he also helped rescue a delivery man whose van was stuck in a ditch.

Waveney Youth FC has received a £750 donation as part of the Persimmon Homes Anglia Healthy Communities programme.

A couple are trying to uncover the mystery disappearance of a well-known statue in Lowestoft.

More than 300 dinners will be prepared and served at the annual Open Christmas meal in Great Yarmouth on Christmas Day.

After tipping the scales at 23 stone, Joe Delf was challenged by his boxing instructor to drastically slim down to get in shape for his first competitive match.

The James Paget University Hospital has won three top awards - in the space of just three weeks.

Norfolk Broads Lions sleigh takes to the roads of the northern villages next week.

Visitors to the Drill House on York Road in Great Yarmouth this weekend will be treated to the sounds and dance moves of yesteryear as SeaChange Arts welcome The Ragroof Players for a special tea dance to celebrate the building’s 150th anniversary.

Organisers of St John Ambulance’s Martham unit are appealing for local parents to enrol their young children as Badgers at the village’s Badger sett.

There’s a blast from the past for fans of a former local Sixties band who played alongside Tom Jones, The Who and Donovan.

Many events will be held in the borough to mark Remembrance Day – 99 years since the Great War, 1914-18, ended with the loss of millions of lives.

An urgent appeal has been made by a charity for homes for cats on farms or at stables.

A specialist tuberculosis nurse who went to the aid of the victims of a serious road traffic accident she witnessed has been given an award for delivering exceptional care.

Discount retailer QD Stores is returning to Lowestoft, with the opening of a new store on the town’s Commercial Road, creating 20 new jobs.

Plans to bring the old Gorleston Library clock back to the High Street after over 40 years in storage are moving a step forward.

A charity Christmas matinee show at one of the leading holiday resorts on the East Coast, sold out in a matter of days.

An East Norfolk Sixth Form College student’s five-week visit to Costa Rica in the summer, was a life-changing experience.

A £10,000 grant has given a major boost to a charity helping enrich the lives of people living with disabilities.

The busy centre of Great Yarmouth came to a standstill this morning as this year’s Poppy Appeal was launched.

The second most decorated Norfolk lifeboatman has been honoured with the unveiling of a blue plaque in his memory.

Anyone wanting to serve the community in a “special” way could go along to an information evening about the duties of Special Constables in Great Yarmouth.

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